Comprehensive treatment plans in veterinary neurology could include performing one or more of the following diagnostics: physical examination, x-rays, advanced imaging (CT and MRI), spinal fluid tap, and/or myelogram (an x-ray with contrast material injected to outline the spinal cord).
Fracture Repair can include something as minute as a toe in a cat to repairing multiple fractures for an animal that was hit by a vehicle. Some injuries can simply occur during regular day to day activities. For example: a small dog may break bones from jumping or falling only a couple feet.
Our veterinarian’s can perform virtually all surgical procedures your pet may need for problems involving any of its bodily tissues, including soft tissue surgery: the neck (larynx/voice box, trachea/windpipe, esophagus, thyroid glands, etc.), chest (heart, lungs, thoracic duct), abdomen (liver, kidney, bladder, spleen, stomach, small intestines, cecum, colon), ears, etc.
Physical rehabilitation is also very beneficial to help maintain good function for patients with chronic neurological disorders, chronic arthritis, weight problems, or other musculoskeletal disorders. The therapy is provided by a certified canine rehabilitation therapist and utilizes an underwater treadmill, cold laser, acupuncture, electro-stimulation, manual manipulation and other specific exercises.
Using a concentrated form of your own animal’s natural healing cells derived from fat tissue, these cells are capable of differentiating into a variety of tissue types including tendon, ligament, bone, cartilage, and muscle to reduce pain and inflammation. The cells are delivered to an area of damaged tissue where they stimulate regeneration and help repair the damaged tissue. The main goal of stem cell therapy is to provide long-term anti-inflammatory effects, slow the progression of disease and cartilage degeneration and promote the healing of damaged tissue.